A contemporary interpretation of Samurai-related arts McCarthy Hanshi studied during his years in Japan
An excellent way to train mind, body and spirit, sword training will make you calmer and better able to deal with stress. Using fighting traditions that date back more than 600 years we will turn you into a competent swordsperson with the ability to discover the warrior within.
- Tachi Jutsu – long sword [9 kata]
- Kodachi – short sword [3 kata]
- Ryoto – two swords [4 kata]
- Iai-jutsu – sword-drawing [11 kata]
- Tameshigiri – test cutting [4 kata]
- Bojutsu – 6 foot staff [6 Kata]
- Naginata Jutsu - Halberd or glaive [4 kata]
- free-style fighting without protective equipment with bokken [wooden] and metal [non-sharpened] blades.
Suitable for beginner, intermediate and advanced students, Nihon Kenjutsu is an ideal vehicle for those that are interested in following, "The Way of Warrior."